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INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana's BMV branches have released their holiday hours. All Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicle branches will be closed Saturday, December 22 through Tuesday, December 25 for the Christmas holiday. But, branches will resume regular hours on December 26 through...
INDIANAPOLIS – Shipping Christmas gifts this year? If you are, here are some key dates you need to know! Amazon, FedEx, UPS, and the US Postal Service offer overnight shipping, but that can be expensive -- and a little bit stressful! If you want to be sure your gifts make it to...
GREENFIELD, Ind. – A Greenfield woman has pleaded guilty to using $350 dollars from the Fortville Police Department’s “Shop with a Cop” program to buy items for herself instead of her kids. The Greenfield Daily Journal says Evelyn Turner, 38, spent the money that was supposed to...
INDIANAPOLIS- - Presents, food, electronics and more were stolen from a family's home on the east side of Indianapolis. Thousands of dollars' worth of presents were taken Thursday morning. Jimmy Brown wants to make sure his grandchildren get the Christmas they deserve. Brown was...
CUMBERLAND, Ind.- -One of the teenagers accused of being involved in a shooting Monday night at a Dollar General Store in Cumberland has been charged with murder. The Marion County Prosecutor's Office filed that charge against Stephen Sheppard, 18, along with a charge of robbery...
INDIANAPOLIS --The Indianapolis City-County Council will vote soon on whether to drop the speed limit to 25 mph in the Mile Square district. The city's Department of Public Works said a majority of the areas with the highest number of serious accidents are downtown. Bob Willsey...
WASHINGTON, D.C. --The 2018 Farm Bill will likely help Hoosier farmers. But, the provisions in the bill go beyond agriculture. You may benefit from the savings to the SNAP program, or food stamps, with improvements that prevent some kinds of fraud, and from money to bring...
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Senators have adopted a bipartisan measure authored by Indiana Senator Todd Young that would end American support for Saudi Arabia in its war with Yemen. The resolution, adopted by a 58-41 vote, is essentially a rebuke of Saudi Arabia and the Trump...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Dozens of bomb threats are being reported at news outlets, government buildings, banks, libraries schools and other businesses across the U.S. Around the country, places like Columbine High school, the New York Police Department, and Capital University in Ohio...